Delfina is a DSP-based soundcard for the all Amigas with Zorro-slot and Amiga 1200. It was initially developed by Petsoff, and bought by individual Computers in 2002. Our further developed version came out in 2003 and was sold until 2012.
The DSP used was a Motorola 56002. It was equipped with 96KBytes high-speed S-Ram. The audio Codec used was a Crystal CS4231a.
Delfina install disks as ADF: File:DELFINA.LHA
Delfina library V4.17b392: File:DelfLib417b392.lha
Delfina library V4.17b1: File:DelfLib417b1.lha
Delfina library V4.16b48:File:Delflib416b48.lha
The Delfina manual as shipped with the unit: File:Delfina manual.pdf
Many (really a lot of!) Delfina boards were destroyed by customers by connecting the clockport cable the wrong way round. Here's a few pictures that show how to do it right.